Archival paper

Archival paper

A paper that is made with a slightly alkaline or neutral pH so it will not deteriorate, yellow, or turn brittle over time. Archival papers must meet national standards for permanence: They must be acid-free and alkaline with a pH of 7.5 to 8.5; include 2 percent calcium carbonate as an alkaline reserve; and not contain any ground wood or unbleached wood fiber.
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We have used premium Hahnemuhle Bamboo archival paper which has a 150 years life span.
The LOC has largely lead the research field in examining the preservation needs of archival paper documents.
The actual prints were made by Eugene photographer Jon Meyers, using archival ink and a thick archival paper.
They're on marvellous archival paper, which means they are of the same quality as the prints, but at a price that's affordable.
Using image management software written by Nash and Holbert, a hand-built scanner, and an IRIS Graphics 3074 printer, they developed methods to adapt the printer's output to the fine-art printing of black-and-white photographs on archival paper substrates.
Her work is also used extensively to help market Hewlett-Packard, which provides her with large-format printers so she can reproduce her work on canvas and archival paper in limited editions.
The results were presented in an invited talk in August at the 2003 National Conference of Standards Laboratories; an archival paper describing the work has been published in the September issue of Review of Scientific Instruments.
If you will trust me with it, I will get it put on to archival paper for you.
Founder and artist Eve Holloran has been creating “old world” portraiture from digital images and rendering them on canvas, archival paper, jewelry or stationery for nearly 10 years in the Portland, OR area and through her previous website, Very Best Dogs.
Canvases, archival paper, metal boards and even abandoned printed tin boxes.
Each traditional image in the "America at the Races" series is printed individually on archival paper from traditional negatives and is accompanied by a curator's card crediting the photographer, the scene and provenance.
Customers may choose to produce their creation on ready-to-hang canvas or ready-to-frame archival paper in sizes ranging from 10" to 40" square.